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Is it true that when coal was formed the microbes that exist today had not evolved and that is why the vegetation did not rot away?

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  • Is it true that when coal was formed the microbes that exist today had not evolved and that is why the vegetation did not rot away?


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And a lot of the coal that did form and exist ... had not evolved ... lignin had not yet evolved. It can still happen today, ...
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Positive: 34 %
... “It did not take 700 years. Fossils are formed ... of modern geology had moved ... earth was bare because vegetation had not yet evolved! ...
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Positive: 31 %

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Full text of "Nature - a book compiled from Wikipedia articles" See other formats ...
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Positive: 34 %
... resident male bluebirds did not bother the control ... Chromosomes are rodlike structures formed ... c. True-breeding varieties had all ...
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Positive: 29 %
... and will to a large extent explain why we do not ... The soft parts rot away but the ... highly evolved types, indicating that grasses had ...
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Positive: 15 %
... the concept of a "doneness" scale from raw to overcooked did not exist. ... the fiber bundles fray away ... "While here we had buffalo meat. We did not ...
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Positive: 10 %

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